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Strategist who coined ‘climate change’ wants new name for capitalism

Strategist who coined ‘climate change’ wants new name for capitalism

He’s the veteran American pollster whose advice led to the US government abandoning the term “global warming” and he’s got a new goal.

  • by Edward Malnick

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‘Hope he gets killed’: BBC tightens security after anti-vaxxer death threats

‘Hope he gets killed’: BBC tightens security after anti-vaxxer death threats

Footage showed a BBC journalist making his way through an aggressive mob of anti-vaccination protesters who accused the journalist of “lying” about lockdowns.

  • by Crystal Jones
Scott Morrison’s secret G7 side trip to explore his family history

Scott Morrison’s secret G7 side trip to explore his family history

Scott Morrison’s office spent weeks planning a secret G7 side trip for the Prime Minister to explore his convict family roots.

  • by Bevan Shields
Anonymity hurts Banksy as he loses copyright fight with greeting card company

Anonymity hurts Banksy as he loses copyright fight with greeting card company

The EU said because Banksy “has chosen to be anonymous” his “identity cannot be legally determined”, leading to his trademark to be cancelled on two more pieces.

  • by Steve Bird
No booze until menopause: WHO’s alcohol guidance sparks female backlash

No booze until menopause: WHO’s alcohol guidance sparks female backlash

The head of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service said calls for women “of childbearing age” to avoid alcohol sounded like advice from The Handmaid’s Tale.

  • by Latika Bourke
How COVID-19 is threatening the world’s ‘last chance’ climate talks

How COVID-19 is threatening the world’s ‘last chance’ climate talks

Why the nations most at risk of climate change are also those least likely to be vaccinated in time for this year’s United Nations climate talks.

  • by Nick O'Malley
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British charity acknowledges racism in Enid Blyton’s works

British charity acknowledges racism in Enid Blyton’s works

The charity said that their website serves to provide readers with a “full picture” of those its commemorates - but has no plans to remove Blyton’s plaque.

  • by Jennifer Hassan
‘Like comparing apples with dried oranges’: Will Australia ruin British farms?

‘Like comparing apples with dried oranges’: Will Australia ruin British farms?

British farmers claim Australian farming practices will turn its fabled green pastures into a wide brown land. Australian farmers say that’s not true.

  • by Nick O'Malley
Cheap whisky with a Hobnob on the side: What does the Australia-UK free trade deal mean for you?
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Cheap whisky with a Hobnob on the side: What does the Australia-UK free trade deal mean for you?

Whiskey, biscuits and even cars could be cheaper under the free trade deal.

  • by Jennifer Duke and Shane Wright
Beaming Queen receives Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Windsor Castle

Beaming Queen receives Prime Minister Scott Morrison in Windsor Castle

The PM told a beaming Queen that she was quite the hit at the G7 summit Britain hosted in Cornwall on the weekend.

  • by Latika Bourke
Johnson needed trade deal a lot more than Morrison
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Johnson needed trade deal a lot more than Morrison

When the PM said he was prepared to wait for the right trade deal with Britain rather than a rushed one, he wasn’t bluffing. 

  • by Bevan Shields